Job Vacancies

Career Opportunities

Our high quality products are used across a diverse range of industrial sectors and we are looking for Skilled and Semi-skilled people to join our team.

SPC Q.A. TECHNICIAN

Department: Quality Control.

Permanent, full time position: 40hr week.

Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Job Summary

The SPC Quality Assurance Technician will supervise the auditing of all components leaving the factory ensuring they meet the quality requirements as specified in the contracts. The role will involve checking quality control documents to ensure they have been completed correctly. It will also involve ensuring the smooth flow of verification of our products, complete diagnostics and provide technical information relating to any defects which are detected. In addition, the SPC Quality Assurance Technician will ensure that detailed information on non-conforming material is available, discuss the technical analysis with immediate line report, and ensure that deadlines are met and existing and potential problems are identified and solved.

Key Responsibilities

  • Load the Auto Shop with SPC Data, Drawings, Instruments and fixtures within given time scales
  • Monitor the operation of SPC ensuring information of any deviation from process is escalated according to given instruction
  • Bring to the attention of the appropriate Manufacturing Supervisor any infringements from Drawings / Specifications or Procedures
  • Understand and interpret SPC charts and processes including product set-ups and loading and closing orders
  • Daily supervision of those in your charge regarding matters of procedure discipline and administration
  • To ensure all Gauges & Fixtures are correctly set-up and connected in correct sequence on SPC
  • Responsible for the appropriate handling of customer queries in an effective and timely manor 

Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Ideally you will have over 1 year experience in a similar role  
  • Excellent PC literacy skills, including Microsoft Excel skills 
  • You will have excellent written and oral communication capabilities, good analytical skills and be meticulous in your attention to detail. 
  • Good problem solving, communication and organisational skills
  • A drive to continue to learn and develop skillsets.

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PAYROLL CLERK

Department: Finance.

Permanent, Part Time position: 20hr week (flexible).

Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Job Summary

This role will be accountable for collecting timekeeping information, incorporating a variety of deductions into a weekly and monthly payroll, and issuing pay and pay-related information to employees.

Key Responsibilities

  • Collect and verify timekeeping information for all employees
  • Calculate pay according to hours worked incorporating leaves and overtime
  • Calculate bonuses and commissions when appropriate
  • Manage and calculate taxes and deductions
  • Update paper and electronic payroll records by entering adjustments on pay rates, employee status changes etc.
  • Deal with queries regarding payroll from employees and upper management
  • Investigate and resolve any discrepancies in payroll
  • Administer pension deductions ensuring all associated information is kept up to date
  • Prepare and submit reports with payroll information to supervisor

Knowledge, Skills & Experience

  • Proven experience of Sage 50 Payroll and payroll processing having worked in a similar position.
  • An understanding of the concept of confidentiality
  • Be competent in the use of SAGE 50 Payroll with excellent PC literacy skills, including Microsoft Excel
  • You will have excellent written and oral communication capabilities, good analytical skills and be meticulous in your attention to detail
  • Solid knowledge of relevant legislation, policies and regulations
  • Good problem solving, communication and organisational skills

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SALES SUPPORT COORDINATOR

Permanent, Full Time position: 37½ hr week.

Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Job Summary

To coordinate the administration needs of the Sales Team by managing schedules, processing important documents and communicating relevant information.  Ensure the adequacy of sales-related equipment or material, responding to queries from customers giving after-sales support when requested.  This particular role will provide full administrative support for the Business Development Manager and Field Sales Engineer.

Key Responsibilities

  • Update Customer information on ERP system and file accompanying correspondence
  • Generate from given information; orders, quotations, faxes, letters and other required documentation
  • Answer enquiries either by telephone or written correspondence
  • Ensure that enquiries and orders are dealt with to set deadlines
  • Implement follow up processes to meet Customer Expectations
  • Work with Transport Supervisor to accurately generate shipping documentation using approved suppliers
  • Provide administrative assistance to Sales Team as required 

Knowledge, Skills & Experience 

  • You will have previous experience in Sales Administration or a similar administrative position.
  • Excellent PC literacy skills, including Microsoft Excel skills 
  • You will have excellent written and oral communication capabilities, good analytical skills and be meticulous in your attention to detail. 
  • Good problem solving, communication and organisational skills
  • A team player with high level of dedication
  • A drive to continue to learn and develop skillsets.

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What you’ll need to do next?

If you have a proven track record of achievement to match the requirements for any of these roles and you are looking for your next career move, apply by emailing your current CV and a covering letter to careers@dalau.com or pick up a Job Application form at our main reception: Dalau Ltd, Ford Road, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex CO15 3DZ

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